Support pours in for new father whose wife died after giving birth ...
Teen struggles to tell her story to P.E.I. court about alleged rape
The Guardian's Quick Question for March 15, 2018
Gallant and the Garlic Girls
Bizarre battle over body of Charles Manson won by grandson
Montague councillor blasts province and Three Rivers steering committee for amalgamation proposal
Donald Trump fires Secretary of State Rex Tillerson
Changes coming to Charlottetown taxi bylaw
P.E.I. man sentenced to time served for stabbing
Olympian, author and speaker, Heather Moyse coming home
BETH CLINTON: Children’s library celebrates March break
These stuffed tomatoes are a nice update to old pepper ones
The Scots invented shepherd’s pie, but it’s great for St. Paddy’s Day
MARGARET PROUSE: There are many ways for children to learn about food
Children with economic and social needs at greatest risk: report
Time to celebrate the Commonwealth
P.E.I. Lt.-Gov Antoinette Perry joined UPEI Commonwealth students Tamish Boodhun of Mauritius, Aanu Owoeye of Nigeria, Chinwe Okwuwolo of Nigeria, Ricky Jamer and Horatio Toledo, president of the Royal Commonwealth Society of P.E.I., in getting ...
‘Gratitude’ group show marks the 100th exhibition at Cornwall Library Art Gallery
If walls could talk, the walls of the Cornwall Library Art Gallery would have plenty to say. These pristine panels have showcased paintings by Cornwall-and-area artists for over a decade. They’ve not only witnessed the work, they’ve ...
Atlantic Police Academy cadets canvassing for Alzheimer Society of P.E.I.
On March 11, starting shortly after 1 p.m., 40 Atlantic Police Academy cadets will be out in full force in the Summerside area to canvas door-to-door for the Alzheimer Society of P.E.I. This service is instrumental for the 2,537 Islanders ...
GUEST SERMON: Christians encouraged to follow the effort and dedication of athletes
By Rev. Stephen Plouffe Special to The Guardian The Winter Olympics gave us many opportunities to cheer (and perhaps groan) as our athletes achieved great feats on the world stage. I enjoy the profiles of athletes that are offered ...
QUIZ: Atlantic Canada's amazing women
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For the love of buttons event returns to the Confederation Centre Art Gallery
The popular button event, Cute as a … is returning to the Confederation Centre Art Gallery Friday at 7 p.m. The public is invited to see the 2018 collection, featuring original jury-selected designs by 20 local ...
The French know a thing or two about the perfect braise
The French know a thing or two about the perfect braise, so I wasn't surprised when I tasted the rabbit in cider, Calvados (apply brandy) and cream that my host family served me during my semester abroad in Nantes. If you ever find yourself in ...
Elders have much to share so recent convention in Summerside tried to pave the gap between the generations
Old and young came together recently at the Age Friendly Intergenerational convention, recently. The event, organized by the Age Friendly Cities Committee (AFCC) was held at Credit Union Place aiming to better understand the power of ...
ELLEN MACPHAIL: Group busy with Founder’s Day celebration, student cooking contest and dinner
BY ELLEN MACPHAIL SPECIAL TO THE GUARDIAN Medal presentations, cooking contest results, gala preparations and a health campaign have made for a busy few months for the Women's Institute board and branch members across Prince ...
The Claddagh Oyster House wins the 2018 WinterDine People’s Choice Menu
The Claddagh Oyster House has won the 2018 WinterDine People’s Choice Menu. WinterDine, the popular winter dining festival, runs for three consecutive weekends in January and February. Participating restaurants offer unique ...